This is photo #46 (of 50) in a series about life in Brazil. We never go out for hamburgers in Brazil because American-style fast food is much more expensive than “real” food. We prefer the Brazilian version of fast-food, which most restaurants have. It is a long buffet table laden with salads and hot foods (nothing processed) where you serve yourself and then pay for the meal by weight. I (Hope) usually get everything I want for about $5. Dan heaps his plate high for about $8.